Michael and Ryan sit in Ryan's car, where Michael is eagerly leafing through books and realizing that he doesn't know anything. But Ryan does! "You are so smart," Michael says. "You are so effin' smart."
Pam picks her movies: Fargo, Edward Scissorhands, Dazed And Confused (Jim, supportively: "Definitely in my top five." Pam: "Yeah. In my top three, so suck it." Jim, surprised: "What?"), The Breakfast Club, The Princess Bride...Jim cuts her off at five. But she has one left! It's her "all-time favorite"! Sadly, we are not to know. Nearby, Dwight is furiously kicking the wall. Not even wanting to ask what's going on, Jim tries to distract Dwight by asking him his "all-time favorite movie." Dwight waves him off, but after a minute, this: "The Crow," says Dwight weakly.
Ryan's car. Ryan and Michael in the back seat. Michael is telling a squirming Ryan that he became a salesman because he loved people, and then he became a manager, and it's hard now to "be a friend first." He's too successful, is the thing. Don't you figure that's the thing? I know I do. Michael asks Ryan for thoughts, and Ryan just wants to get out of the car. "I'm really uncomfortable," he admits, as his discussion with his boss teeters on the edge of becoming something more like going parking, in the Happy Days sense.